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Eone teams up with KBT to deliver a social impact with each timepiece

  We’re very excited to team up with Eone, who have created a special edition Bradley timepiece that has a direct social impact, delivered especially by the Kilimanjaro Blind Trust. Each purchase of the Bradley × KBT timepiece will help us serve an additional blind child in East Africa to read, write, and learn by either repairing a Brailler device or Read more about Eone teams up with KBT to deliver a social impact with each timepiece[…]

Churchill, Sauti Sol join campaign in aid of visually impaired students and help KBTA hit the Nairobi News

KBTA just kicked off its Africa Campaign with another highly successful annual launch event on Friday, June 24th, which has already made the Nairobi News headlines thanks to the participation of comedian Churchill and pop band Sauti Sol. Here’s the full article: Churchill, Sauti Sol join campaign in aid of visually impaired students – Nairobi News Comedian Churchill and Read more about Churchill, Sauti Sol join campaign in aid of visually impaired students and help KBTA hit the Nairobi News[…]

KBT Africa Board Member Douglas Sidialo interviewed by The Scoop

How terror-bombing survivor is turning wheels of fate. Watch the full interview with Douglas below: Source: The Scoop Episode 72 Douglas Sidialo | Africa24 Media   There are different ways to react to a devastating setback. Some people crumble in the face of adversity and withdraw into their own world to deal with their loss. Read more about KBT Africa Board Member Douglas Sidialo interviewed by The Scoop[…]

11,000 Braillers Repaired. . . . and counting!

Kilimanjaro Blind Trust has hit and surpassed the 11,000 Brailler repair marking since its inception in 2005. We’re very proud to report that a total of 11,207 repairs were reported in Kenya Uganda and Tanzania as at the close of the second quarter 2015. This means that Braillers which would have been otherwise broken and Read more about 11,000 Braillers Repaired. . . . and counting![…]